This free IE add-on captures JPEG images of bookmarked sites in the event that the tagged site changes or disappears. We were impressed by its stellar performance and ease of use.
InternetScrap introduces a toolbar to your Internet Explorer window that contains only two buttons. We would have liked to have seen a better use of the remaining space, but you can't have everything. The first button on the toolbar lets you manage scrapped (bookmarked) Web pages. There you can customize a hot-key combination for operating the program. The settings menu lets you opt to scrap the entire Web page or only the visible area. A slide bar is available for manipulating the scrap resolution quality, or you can click on one of the preset buttons. The second button is for scrapping the Web page. When we clicked on the button, we were able to preview a screenshot of the scrapped page, and select a location to save it. There is also the option to e-mail the bookmarked page. The program worked very quickly to capture the page, and we were able to go back and pull up the JPEG version through our favorites folder.
Users of all skill levels will find this program easy to use. We highly recommend it for bookmarking Web pages.
You use internet more and more. Bookmarked sites contents change or disappear. Sometimes, totally gone to nowhere. Bookmarked information become obsolete. InternetScrap captures 'whole webpage' and 'bookmark' as a jpg file. Throught this, you can manage screen shots and bookmarks at the same time, you can see a jpg in web browser and easily move to the original site, you can send the scraped image through e-mail. Furthemore, it supports auto-scrap function of your existed bookmarks. Internetscrap is much more useful to them who have slow internet connections and who want to keep the Web pages as is. Just like shopping, payment, photo gallery, and news articles.